May 27, 2016  

Colin Farrell and Taylor Kitsch Could Be 'True Detective' Season 2 Leads

July 12, 2014 (2:20 am) GMT
The two acclaimed actors are reportedly in talks to join the HBO drama's second season as two of the four leads.

Following writer Nic Pizzolatto's revelation that the second season of "" will have four main characters, names are being thrown in. and are reportedly in talks to join the HBO show.

Per Deadline, Farrell is "deep in negotiations to play one of what is expected to be three main roles in Season 2". Pizzolatto has recently corrected this by telling The Daily Beast, "That ballooned a little bit. I would say there are four central roles."

Meanwhile, Kitsch's casting was reported by The Wrap. HBO refused to confirm any of the reports as rumors also swirled that and were among the potential leads. However, Pizzolatto had personally denied Chastain and Pitt's casting. A spokeswoman for the network also said, "We have no confirmation on casting for 'True Detective'."

HBO programming president Michael Lombardo said at the Television Critics Association press tour in Beverly Hills on Thursday, July 10, that there would be "well-known names" in the cast list although "[casting stars] wasn't our ambition." He additionally confirmed that the cast would be announced as soon as next week.

"True Detective" has been getting the buzz after receiving multiple Primetime Emmy nominations including Outstanding Drama Series.

TODAY'S HEADLINES

  1. Taylor Kinney Gives Lady GaGa 'Ultimatum' as She's Still Undecided About Wedding Details
  2. Kim Kardashian Steals the Show at Scott Disick's Birthday Party With Her Barely-There Lace Dress
  3. Proud Papa Chris Brown Shares Cute Pictures of Royalty to Celebrate Her Birthday
  4. Amanda Holden Poses Naked for Charity. See the Racy Pic!
  5. Bruno Mars Is Readying a New Album for November
  6. Mariah Carey's Diva Antics: She Has Her Glam Team Work on Her While She Sleeps
  7. Kim Kardashian Kicks Kanye West Out of Their Bel Air House. Why?
  8. Watch Andrew Lincoln and Norman Reedus Envision Lighter 'Walking Dead' in NBC's Red Nose Day Special